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Sherri Woolard said her son worked for New Mexico River Adventures in Embudo, 27 miles south of Taos. “The river guides have been here at the hospital holding vigils. They’ve been coming and staying.” more
The Wallflowers will be performing Friday (July 28) at Taos Mesa Brewing. Country music superstar Dwight Yoakam, The Mavericks and The Last Bandoleros will perform Saturday (July 29) at Kit Carson Park. Then, Los Lonely Boys return to Taos Tuesday (Aug. 1) at the KTAOS Solar Center. more
Music in the park [Photo gallery]
Even though a lot of folks had a disposable rain poncho stuffed in their back pockets, the weather turned out perfect for a high energy concert by Dwight Yoakam, The Mavericks and The Last Bandoleros … more
Dance the night away [Photo gallery]
Taos Plaza Live has become one of the best ways to hang out with your friends and neighbors just like in the old days. more
For some, Dwight Yoakam's recent performance in Taos was a big success - full of good, old-fashioned boot-scootin' tunes played by what many hailed as some of the best country musicians Taos has … more
Michael Martin Murphey is an iconic country-western singer and songwriter. As a self-styled “outlaw” musician, he was a key figure in the burgeoning Austin music scene of the 1970s. … more
One tablespoon of Cuban spice, a teaspoon of African influence, a dash of mariachi, a cup of classical training – don’t forget the flavor. The finishing result is local reggae band Iriebellion. more
Once upon a time, a group of friends and neighbors got together to make music and two-step the night away. Word quickly spread about how much fun was being had, and more and more people wanted to be a part of it. more
Jazz saxophonist Frank Morgan (1933-2007) was one of Taos’ treasures. The musician found his way here late in life and stayed for a number of years before moving to Minneapolis in 2005, a couple of years before his death. Morgan fell in love with Taos, and Taos fell in love with Frank Morgan. more
Fresh from New York City’s Carnegie Hall, Robert Mirabal, his family and friends return to the Taos Community Auditorium for an evening of song, dance and storytelling. more
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